SoHo+Co is a collaboration between Jasmin Sohi and Tom Holberton. We are a London-based studio crossing boundaries between the disciplines of art, architecture and design.
Our work is unexpected, playful and inventive. Our approach creates a platform for experiences and interactions for an audience that is endlessly curious.
Clients include the Victoria & Albert Museum, Japan House London, Pocket Living and Japan Local Government Association.
Blueprint Innovation Award, Commendation
Victor Chu Prize for Excellence in Design
Hamilton Architects Prize
RIBA President’s Medal – “Bronze medal”
RIBA Serjeant Award For Excellence in Drawing
RIBA Skidmore Owings Merrill Foundation Scholarship
UCL Faculty medal
Press / Exhibitions
Monocle - Step into my Office (Sept)
Wallpaper* - Sake Bar makes a splash (August)
Design Museum - Paul Smith
It's Nice That
Tom studied architecture at the Bartlett School of Architecture in London, and won the 2002 RIBA graduate bronze medal, the award for the most the distinguished architecture graduate worldwide. As an Associate at Rick Mather Architects has has led teams on complex architecture projects ranging from retail to civic, masterplanning, existing and new buildings.
Tom is also a Unit 21 design tutor on the MArch architecture course at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London.
Jasmin studied architecture at the Bartlett School of Architecture in London, from 2001 to 2008. She was published in Icon Magazine as one of the 2008 UK graduates to watch. Since then, Jasmin has worked in the leading London architecture office of de Rijke Marsh Morgan (dRMM) on a number of high profile projects, including Athletes Village housing for the London 2012 Olympic Games. As an Associate, she oversees multiple projects and is also in control of branding and graphic development. She completed further professional training as a Graphic Designer from Shillington College London in 2013.
Jasmin was Project Architect for dRMM for the Maggie's Centre in Oldham, completed in June 2017.
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